Kaibab Lake Campground
Located in the Ponderosa pines of Arizona just 60 miles North of the Grand Canyon is the Kaibab Lake Campground. The campground is adjacent to Kaibab Lake with some of the sites overlooking the lake. The famous Grand Canyon Railway train in the quaint town of Williams is only 4.2 miles away. There is fishing and boating on the 30-acre lake and many wonderful trails for hiking.
Kaibab Lake Campground Address
742 South Clover Road
Williams, Arizona 86046
Number of Sites
72 total sites 7 of which are tent only sites.
May 15 through October 1
Kaibab Lake Campground Attractions
Vault toilets, waste station for a fee, 7 water spigots, boat ramp, firewood for a fee, grills and tables at each site. There is no RV hookups or showers in the campground. The parking aprons are paved and gravel.
Fishing with a wheelchair friendly fishing pier, hiking, boating, Grand Canyon is 60 miles North and the Grand Canyon Railroad is 4.2 miles away in Williams.
For more information about Kaibab Lake Campground please visit the Recreation.gov website at Kaibab Lake Campground
NOTE: Closed through Sat May 07 2011. Check with ranger district office for status.